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Neff Hall

Neff Hall then and now. [Left] Photograph of the completed Neff Hall, ca. 1920 (courtesy of the UMC Archives, C:0/51/3). [Right] Neff Hall as seen today.
Date designed: 1917
Date constructed: 1918
Architectural consultant: James P. Jamieson
Named after: Kansas City Mayor Jay H. Neff, who founded several agricultural publications
Historical/alternate names: Journalism Building
Note: Neff Hall is one of four buildings associated with the School of Journalism. It was also the first building donated to the University by one of its alumnus, Jay Neff's son, Ward. In addition to Neff Hall, the journalism school is comprised of Walter Williams Hall, Gannett Hall and Lee Hills Hall.

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